David Kinnaman (’96), author of "unChristian," says Christianity has an image problem
Most Christians live outside the U.S. They share our beliefs, but the similarities end there.
Alumnus leads effort to preserve deteriorating Scriptures
Theologian John Stott Hails ‘Publishing Landmark’
Barry H. Corey’s presidency begins on the eve of Biola’s 100th birthday. Find out how an eBay purchase he made will play a key role in shaping the school’s future.
Biola’s origins could not be more the stuff of legend if we had been founded by John Henry, Paul Bunyan and a blue ox named Babe.
Sam Harris thinks Christians are not only delusional, they’re dangerous. But is his bark worse than his bite?
Dr. Robert Saucy shares his concerns about this growing movement.
With integrity in short supply, how can we choose trustworthy leaders?
Social Justice, Relief and Development Ministries Still Seen as a Lesser Priority
With integrity and conviction, President Clyde Cook guided Biola to national prominence
David Alan Black (’75, M.Div. ’80) challenges a common interpretation of Jesus’ famous question: “Peter, do you love me?”
Film professor Michael Gonzales gives an insider’s look at Hollywood corporate culture.
Law professor Michael Koby (’88) argues that a 1990 Supreme Court ruling threatens religious freedom.